Women employee reveal Trump’s company has undocumented workers

The claim of Donald Trump not to have employed any undocumented immigrant in the construction of Trump International Hotel now does not appear true.

Victorina Morales didn’t had paper and couldn’t speak English when she worked as a housekeeper at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, in 2013.

She illegally entered United States in 1999, leaving her country Guatemala, writes The New York Times in an article on Thursday.

Talking to NBC News in an interview Morales said coming forward with the truth means she could be fired or deported, but she came out of obscurity as she was tired of so many humiliations.

A second woman, Sandra Diaz from Costa Rica, too approached the media with her own story. She too worked at the golf club between 2010 and 2013, but now she is a legal resident of United States.

Diaz said it is time not to hide and not to stay quiet too.

While these two women have come forward to speak out, former colleagues of Diaz said her lot of people would be fired from the golf club after meetings a day later.

Trump Organization LLC released a statement saying the company follows strict hiring practices and those who have submitted false documentation would be terminated.

Paul Linus